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Panthers at Saints Friday injury report: Trai Turner to meet with doctor, hopes to be cleared for Wild Card game

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The Panthers’ starting right guard is listed as questionable for their matchup against the Saints.

The Panthers released their final injury report ahead of Sunday’s Wild Card game against the Saints. Everyone practiced today except for backup quarterback Derek Anderson, who was out with an illness. Devin Funchess (shoulder) and Matt Kalil (illness) were limited. Everyone else was all systems go.

The Panthers are hopeful that right guard Trai Turner will be able to suit up. He’s meeting with the independent neurologist today, which is the final step in the concussion protocol. If he’s cleared, expect him to play.

Anderson, Funchess and Kalil are also listed as questionable, but are expected to be available on Sunday.

Here’s today’s full injury report...

Game status

Out

None

Doubtful

None

Questionable

QB Derek Anderson (illness)
WR Devin Funchess (shoulder)
OT Matt Kalil (illness)
G Trai Turner (concussion)

Practice status

Did not participate in practice

QB Derek Anderson (illness)

Limited participation in practice

WR Devin Funchess (shoulder)
OT Matt Kalil (illness)

Full participation in practice

S Mike Adams (rest)
DE Mario Addison (hip)
DT Vernon Butler (shoulder)
S Kurt Coleman (ankle)
DE Wes Horton (rib)
TE Greg Olsen (foot)
C Ryan Kalil (shoulder)
QB Cam Newton (shoulder)
DE Julius Peppers (rest)
RB Jonathan Stewart (back)
LB Shaq Thompson (foot)
G Trai Turner (concussion)


Practice Status

DNP = Did not participate in practice

LP = Limited participation in practice - Less than 100% of a player's normal repetitions

FP = Full participation in practice - 100% of a player's normal repetitions

(N/A) = Not listed/No practice status available

Game Status

Out = Player will not play

Doubtful = Player unlikely to play

Questionable = Uncertain if player will play

(N/A) = Not listed/No game status available

~ Today’s injury report courtesy of Kelsey Riggs